In response to the aviation downturn amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Japan Airlines (JAL) is planning to retire a total of 24 Boeing 777s through 2022.

The Tokyo-based carrier announced in a recent release the 24 777s it plans to retire include all of the 11 Boeing 777-200ERs used on international .......

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